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17:57

Local

Popular weekly markets reopen in Almuñécar and Trapiche

Jennie Rhodes

Almuñécar's weekly flea market started up again on Sunday with heightened health and safety measures in view of the coronavirus pandemic. These included the use of hand sanitiser and gloves as well as fewer stalls. The market will be on Paseo Bl

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

Bernardo, Salvador, Pepe, Francisco and Paco form one of the teams of grape-pickers who, between now and October, will be harvesting the 110,000 kilos of grapes which are expected this year for the A. Muñoz Cabrera (Dimobe) winery in Moclinejo, a com

16:45

Local

Beaches, parks and markets closed on the Costa del Sol

SUR

Vélez-Málaga, Nerja and Torrox - as well as in Marbella, Mijas and Estepona closed their beaches to the public by putting up red flags. Street markets, day centres for the elderly and libraries are among the municipal facilities closed in numerous towns in the

21:02

Opinion

The importance of liquidity when investing in capital markets

JEREMY BLATCH

...balance sheets for very long. Investors wishing to invest in real estate in the capital markets should consider investing in a closed end fund. Whilst the investor is unable to redeem shares, he avoids the risk of the manager mismanaging liquidity and ... the fund being suspended. Because the capital markets are a reflection of human behaviour and endeavour, the two most important subjects to be considered in investing are market cycles and risk. As Mark Twain is thought to have said, "History ... to lose capital usually end up the most disadvantaged. When investing in capital markets, investors should think very carefully and be wary of open-ended funds that invest in illiquid assets like real estate and small private companies.

16:57

Opinion

Gastro markets

ANDREW J. LINN

...internationally renowned was born. Nothing in it for him though.... So who invented gambas al pil pil or beef stroganoff, and who came up with the idea of what are known as Mercados Gastronómicos? It translates badly because these are not markets, neither are ... system encourage building up any sort of relationship with a waiter. It has to be admitted that most of the successful gastro markets depend largely on tourism for their existence, but this should not be a negative factor on the Coast. So if they are

12:17

Local

Costa tourism suffers blow as ITB fair is cancelled over virus fears

PILAR MARTÍNEZ malaga

The cancellation of the annual ITB travel fair, due to have started in Berlin on Wednesday, has come as a blow to the tourism industry across Andalucía. The German federal ministries of Health and Economy decided to call the event off last Friday,

14:59

Local

Finance seminar to examine trends for 2020

SUR in ENglish

...recession make it ever more difficult to gauge the markets. Huijsman will dive into a range of possible scenarios that could occur in both the economy and the stock markets during 2020. As well as indicating current trends in the economy, he will use ... markets, highlight current insecurities, evaluate the sectors to consider and those to avoid and assess the risks involved in investing.  The seminar will be followed by a cocktail. Kaspar Huijsman is the director of BinckBank in Spain and Portugal.  He

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...emerging markets became mainstream, Templeton was investing in emerging growth companies for parents of his friends while he was at university. He said, "Never adopt permanently any type of asset or any selection method. Try and stay flexible and sceptical. ... virtually impossible in the equity markets. It is estimated that as a result of the pandemic lockdown, in the US alone between 50 and 70 million people are micro-trading the market daily. Add to this traders using algorithms attacking stop losses and the ... speculative profit, the only thing that matters is the price. Whether you trade coffee, GM Motors, pork bellies or Amazon, the intrinsic value of the underlying asset is irrelevant. So is it really different this time? Markets are cyclical, and we have too

15:28

LifeStyle

Exotic tropical red bananas

sur

Many markets in the province of Malaga are now selling this rather unusual fruit, the red banana. Reddish-purple on the outside and pale pink or yellow on the inside, the red banana is fatter than the Canary version and a bit smaller. The

10:58

Local

Andalucía government sells debt to raise funds for first time since the financial crisis

M. DOLORES TORTOSA

The Junta de Andalucía has successfully sold 600 million euros of debt on the financial markets. It is the first time that the regional government has sold bonds to raise funds since the financial crisis a decade ago after receiving the go-head ... the 600 million was earmarked for final buyers outside Spain. The bonds are for ten years and have an interest rate of 1.875%. The Junta said it was a sign that the markets had confidence in Andalucía's economy.

18:37

Travel

The insider guide to Venice

Andrew Forbes

...visit the local markets, delis and bakeries to create seasonal meals, accompanied by refreshing local Veneto white wines). A genuine alternative to the city’s five-star hotels. Prices from 450 euro per night. Il Palazzo Experimental Hotel Il

13:45

Local

Marbella to update street-market bylaws to bring more stability

N. CASTRO.

Stallholders at the four weekly street markets in Marbella municipality are to benefit from new local bylaws being proposed. Councillors want to increase levels of investment and the markets' attractiveness to residents and tourists by extending ... both the town hall and stallholders applying for regional government grants to improve the markets. The new plans are currently undergoing a standard process of public consultation and modification before being approved. They will affect the ... well-known markets in San Pedro (Thursdays), Marbella (Mondays), Nueva Andalucía (Saturdays) and Las Chapas (Fridays).

12:56

Opinion

Tune out the noise and stay the course

jeremy blatch | jb@ehh.gi

...people to travel and fly again? Will demand recover to pre-pandemic levels? However, the probability is that equities will outperform bonds and cash in the coming decade. Markets and investors crave certainty, but in an age when technology allows us to ... investment portfolios. Cash gives us optionality but we cannot know enough about the future to time the market, and if trying to do so, we will likely miss the rebound as assets reprice again - which they will, as light follows day. Bull markets beget bear ... markets that beget bull markets. Focusing on what we can control, and not on what we cannot, will help us avoid making behavioural errors which we may regret at some time in the future. We know that the current economic slowdown was not caused by

21:45

Local

Searches for flights to Malaga 'shot up' in week after phase change

N. TRIGUERO / A. PELÁEZ

"encouraging", she said. "We're surprised and happy that interest in coming to the Costa del Sol has shot up in our main source markets and we believe the increase will be even greater this week, following the announcement of the opening up of frontiers with

16:31

Opinion

Not fair enough

Mark Nayler

...for the efficacy of face masks, which are now all about signalling obedience to authorities rather than sanitation. In these heady post-lockdown days, I’m literally rubbing shoulders with strangers on buses and at markets. I’m sitting more or less

11:30

LifeStyle

The secrets of the 'snoring' tuna

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The cutting-up of an Atlantic bluefin tuna isn't something most people see very often, but that doesn't mean it doesn't often happen. At Mercamalaga just outside Malaga city, one of the biggest wholesale markets in Andalucía, whole tuna fish are cut

14:44

Opinion

On the rebound

PETER SANDERSON

...affected. It is also having an impact on industrial and manufacturing companies at both ends of the spectrum with them being unable to source raw materials and parts, while at the same time sales markets are shrinking fast. As a consequence, companies are ... prices of these companies as investors begin to offload shares with there being more sellers than buyers. Markets end up in a race to the bottom as it becomes a self-perpetuating phenomenon. We have seen this in the performance of the financial markets ... economic activity contracts. This however is not a financial crisis but rather a global health one that has served as a catalyst for markets to implode. How soon will the financial markets recover from this downturn? If history is anything to go by the

18:57

Local

Mijas town hall announces Covid-19 financial measures

Ivan Gelibter

...the reopening of the municipal food bank and the cancellation of fees for 2020 for terraces, kiosks, loading and unloading, flea markets and donkey taxis. The payment of a million euros of delayed invoices was also approved.

20:25

Local

'Don't blame us for high prices,' say chemists

SUR

...wear protective masks on public transport, is pushing up wholesale prices. "Usual suppliers don't have stock and we have to look in other markets, where there is huge competition," added Florido.

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

...new bookings. Over the past decade or so, the emerging trend in wellbeing has consolidated itself into one of the most valued travel markets, where holidays are all about enhancing mental and physical health, learning new skills, and connecting with a

19:46

National

Inditex sees drastic sales drop in black week for the Spanish stock market

SUR

...sales were "normal" in all markets. Inditex, which includes brands such as Massimo Dutti, Bershka and Stradivarius as well as Zara, is based in Galicia. It has 165,000 staff globally and for the moment says it does not plan on making anyone redundant, ... probably relying on ERTE layoffs instead. Stock market crash The trading update from Inditex was not surprising for the Spanish stock exchange, which has fallen dramatically in recent days, along with other international share markets. In the last

12:12

Local

Costa social scene starts to shut down as groups heed official advice

SUR IN ENGLISH

Spanish residents, however these have curtailed their use. In Torremolinos, street markets and bookings for its cultural centres have been cancelled. While in Torre del Mar, this Sunday's Axarquía cheese and wine market has been put off, along with many ... with Mijas council and Costa Women. Mijas town hall has announced the cancellation of all cultural, sports and educational activities as well as street markets initially until 27 March.

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

Prosecco for much-needed foreign exchange, so getting winery operations back to normal there is crucial. China may not export much wine these days, but its factories make the bottles, capsules and other materials used by winemakers. In many markets

11:19

Local

One of Spain's biggest heroin distributors arrested in Marbella

fernando torres

...distributed heroin to different parts of Spain with Seville, Madrid and Galicia his main markets. After several days of surveillance, police tracked a van rented in Galicia to Marbella where it was spotted involved in a pick-up. After driving through the

18:06

Sport

Stealing a march

Rob Palmer

...significant global markets while the Primera División has gone for the niche approach. In Spain there are plans for matches to be aired for free in retirement homes. They're also allowing limited free viewing in countries such as the UK as they plan to

14:51

Local

Military personnel drafted in to Malaga to disinfect main transport hubs

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...tasks, as well as information campaigns, took place at María Zambrano train station and Malaga Airport during the morning in coordination with the city hall. The units were also due to be deployed to the port, the municipal markets, the bus station, the

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Spain, UK, Germany and Brazil, which represent 80 per cent of its sales. Its other Latin American subsidiaries will be grouped into a separate division as the firm deprioritises those markets. Two further new divisions will be set up; Telefónica

13:55

Local

Marbella steps up coronavirus response with large-scale disinfection

Héctor Barbotta

Local Police, National Police and Guardia Civil headquarters, the town hall, the Tráfico department, the post office, the bus station, the courts and the local markets, as well as on municipal vehicles (bin lorries, buses, taxis etc), Rodríguez said.

14:53

Local

Phase Three brings relief as travel is permitted around Andalucía

IGNACIO LILLO / SUR

...other parts of Spain. Bars, cafeterias and restaurants. Interiors to 66% capacity. Bar service at two-metre intervals. Terraces to 75%. Commerce. Shops to 50% capacity. Communal areas in shopping centres to 40%. Street markets with half usual stalls.

16:49

Sport

Thirty-five fun-filled days

Rob Palmer

...a march on their rivals in the European football markets. An exciting first week back for Malaga As the Premier League struggles to reach a consensus, La Liga will be back up and running and providing the fix to genuine fans of football.

15:13

Local

The unaffordable cost of closed hotels

Héctor Barbotta

...operating, the conditions involved and uncertainty about the main tourism markets are drawing a complicated picture. Opening without clients is not a viable option, but then neither is keeping the hotels closed. This is not just because companies cannot ... and it is not dependent so much on dates marked in the calendar of ending the lockdown as the situation in source markets and when air traffic will be able to resume, the hotels have no choice but to keep their establishments maintained well enough to